Bastille Australia tour dates
Hurry up and get your Bastille tickets for the band's Australia shows later this year as they have just announced concert dates. Bastille burst onto the scene with the release of their massive single "Pompeii" in 2013. Since then, two chart-topping albums have followed and the British indie quartet have entertained fans in Australia, and worldwide, with their mesmerising sound, combining 80s-style synth with soaring choruses and clever songwriting. This will be the first time that Bastille come to Australia since 2015 and their Sydney and Melbourne concerts will feature local Australian singer-songwriter, Nicole Millar. Now, with a third Bastille album on the way and new songs like 2018's "Quarter Past Midnight" and "World Gone Mad" from the Bright soundtrack, the band are gearing up for a massive tour and numerous festival appearances on top of their 2018 Australian shows. So, buy and sell Bastille Australia tickets today and see Dan Smith and company as they perform in Sydney and Melbourne in September 2018.
Bastille members and background
Bastille consists of four guys, Daniel Smith (lead vocals), William Farquarson (guitar), Chris Wood (drums) and Kyle Simmons (keyboards). The band's name comes from singer Dan Smith's birthday, which is the same day as Bastille day. Formed in 2010, Bastille self-released an EP, Laura Palmer, and various singles before signing to Virgin Records. The band scored a breakthrough hit with "Flaws" in 2013, however, it was their song "Pompeii" which catapulted the band to stardom, paving the way for their debut album Bad Blood to top the charts in the UK, and chart strongly all over the world. Bastille then went on to perform at some of the biggest festivals worldwide, including a spot at Glastonbury.
Bastille released their second album in 2016. Like Bad Blood, Wild World topped the UK Albums chart and featured songs like "Good Grief", "Send Them Off" and "Fake It". Dan Smith and his band have sold over 10 million records worldwide already and with the imminent release of a new Bastille album this shows no sign of slowing down. See the band live, get your Bastille concert tickets here today.
Bastille live in concert
There are few bands better at performing live than Bastille. Whether it's performing with an orchestra and choir on their ReOrchestrated tour, or playing in front of tens of thousands of fans at Coachella, Reading or Glastonbury, the band's music is truly at its best when played live. As The Telegraph said in a recent review of a Bastille show, 'Bastille operate within the same kind of anthemic modern pop rock parameters as Coldplay and Keane...'
If this sounds like something you want to experience, buy Bastille tickets today and hear some of the bands best songs, old and new, with thousands of other fans.